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File:Ferdinand JUSTI.jpg|right|thumb|Ferdinand Justi '''Ferdinand Justi''' (June 2, 1837 in Marburg, Germany – February 17, 1907 in Marburg) was a German linguist and Oriental studies|Orientalist. He finished his studies of linguistics at the University of Marburg and the University of Göttingen. In 1861 he lived in Marburg, where in 1865 he became associate and in 1869 full professor of comparative linguistics and Germanic philology. In addition to his academic work, he studied with meticulous precision the life of the Hessen|Hessian peasants in the last third of the 19th century, especially in the immediate and wider area of Marburg, on which he wrote his observations and described it in countless sketches and watercolors. One of his main themes included buildings, furniture, agricultural implements, and especially costumes, with all its subtleties and accessories.
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